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Java Demystified

ISBN-10: 0072254548
ISBN-13: 9780072254549
Edition: 2004
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Book details

List price: $23.00
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
Publication date: 5/20/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 352
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.232
Language: English

Java was built from the ground up for Internet programming and this book explains Java programming concepts in a way that anyone can understand.

Introduction
Inside Java
Computer Programs
Data
Programming Languages
In the Beginning
How a Computer Language Becomes a Standard
And Then Java
An Inside Look at Java
Writing a Java Program from Scratch
Compiling a Java Program
Running a Java Program
Taking Apart a Java Program
Class Definition
Method Definition
Statement
Quiz
Data Types and Variables
Data and Numbers
Playing with Numbering Systems
Numbers and Characters
Looking Up the Unicode Value
Literals
Integer Literals
Floating-point Literals
Boolean Literals
Character Literals
String Literals
Data Types
Integer Data Types
Floating-point Data Types
Character Data Type
Boolean Data Type
Casting Data Types
Variables
Declaring a Variable
Declaring Multiple Variables
Initializing a Variable
Scope of a Variable
The Life of a Variable
Quiz
Expressions and Statements
Expressions
Types of Expressions
Operators
Arithmetic Operators
Relational Operators
Logical Operators
Bitwise Operators
Statements
Quiz
Control Structures
Program Flow
Control Statements
Selection Statements
The if Statement
The switch Statement
Iteration Statements
The for Loop
The while Loop
The do while Loop
Jump Statements
break
continue
return
Quiz
Arrays
Inside an Array
Allocating Memory for an Array
Initializing Arrays
Multidimensional Arrays
Creating a Multidimensional Array
Values Assigned to Array Elements
The Length Data Member
Passing an Array to a Method
Returning an Array from a Method
Alternate Ways of Creating an Array
The Arrays Class
equals ()
fill ()
sort ()
binarySearch ()
Quiz
Methods and Polymorphism
An Inside Look at Methods
Types of Methods
The Method Definition
The Method Header
The Method Body
The Method Return Value
The Argument List
Elements of an Argument List
How an Argument List Works
Command-Line Arguments
Passing Command-Line Arguments
Calling a Method
Polymorphism
The Method Signature
Quiz
Classes
Class Definition
Defining a Method Member
Access Specifiers
Declaring Instance Variables
Constructor
Declaring an Instance of a Class
Accessing Members of a Class
Overloading Member Methods
Overloading a Constructor
The this Keyword
Garbage Collection
The finalize () Method
Inner Classes
Static Initializers
Packages
Using a Package
Classpath
Packages and Access Protection
Quiz
Inheritance
What Is Inheritance?
When to Use Inheritance
Inside Inherence
Accessing Members of an Inherited Class
The Superclass Can Be Instantiated
One-way Inheritance
Calling Constructors
Using the super Keyword
Multilevel Inheritance
Overriding Method Members Using Inheritance
Dynamic Method Dispatch
Abstract Classes
The final Keyword and Inheritance
The Object Class and Subclasses
Quiz
Exception Handling
What Is an Exception?
Exception Handlers
Basic Exception Handling
Multiple Catch Blocks
The Finally Block
Working with Uncaught Exceptions
Nested Try Statements
Throwing an Exception
Methods That Don't Handle Exceptions
Checked and Unchecked Exceptions
Creating an Exception Subclass
Quiz
Multithreading
Multitasking
Overhead
Threads
Synchronization
The Thread Classes and the Runnable Interface
The Main Thread
Creating Your Own Thread
Creating a Thread by Using extends
Using Multiple Threads in a Program
Using isAlive () and join ()
Setting Thread Priorities
Synchronizing Threads
The Synchronized Method
Using the Synchronized Statement
Communicating Between Threads
Suspending and Resuming Threads
Quiz
Files and Streams
Files and File Systems
The File Class
Listing Files Contained in a Directory
Streams
Writing to a File
Reading from a File
Appending to a File
Reading and Writing an Object to a File
Quiz
Graphical User Interface
What Is a User Interface?
What Is a GUI?
A Simple GUI
swing
Content Container
Java Layout Managers
Push Buttons
Labels and Text Fields
Radio Buttons and Check Boxes
Combo Boxes
Text Area
Scroll Pane
Getting Data from GUI Components
Reading a Push Button
Reading Radio Buttons and Check Boxes
Reading a Combo Box
Disabling and Enabling GUI Elements
Quiz
JDBC and Java Data Objects
Database 101
The Concept of JDBC
JDBC Driver Types
JDBC API Packages
The JDBC Process
Load the JDBC Driver
Connect to the DBMS
Create and Execute an SQL Query
Terminate the Connection to the DBMS
Trapping Exceptions
Avoid Timing Out
More on Statement Objects
The Statement Object
The PreparedStatement Object
The CallableStatement Object
The ResultSet Object
Reading the Resultset
Positioning the Virtual Cursor
Fetching Rows
Updatable Resultset
Metadata
Data Types
Exceptions
Quiz
Java Applets
Java Applet Basics
Writing a Java Applet
Structure of a Java Applet
Calling a Java Applet
Running a Java Applet
Other Attributes
Adding Graphics to the Applet Window
Passing Parameters
Restrictions
Using Dialog Boxes with an Applet
The Status Window
Quiz
Final Exam
Answers to Quizzes and Final Exam
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
Final Exam
Index

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